Designing a low-cost human-machine interface with specific function and desirable performance characteristics.
New to nano? A new Advanced Materials Tutorial Review highlights the most common characterization techniques for the nanoscale.
Selective and effective: silicon nanowires as photoelectrodes for carbon dioxide fixation
Canadian researchers develop a synthesis method for created hollow, structured binary metal oxides.
Glass ceramics are of great interest for the development of optical elements with meter-scale dimensions for high power laser facilities.
Advanced Optical Materials Issue 2 is live, with 12 papers from top research groups and covering all aspects of light–matter interactions.
University of Texas researchers develop materials that are stiff for initial implantation, and then soften to better match the mechanical properties of brain tissue.
Researchers at Iowa State University demonstrate the ability to simultaneously deliver proteins and DNA into plant cells.
Hierarchical electrohydrodynamic pattern formation enables the fabrication of multiscale 3D structured arrays as SERS-active platforms.
A new type of hot electron bolometer has been developed from graphene, with great potential for sensing applications of all kinds.
A novel metal deposition-based electrochromic device can realize three optical states in a single material—transparent, mirror and black.
Fine dispersion of bulk metals appears at very high extrusion rates and pressures. This phenomenon is interesting not only for material science, but also for the development of new technologies.